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A World of Learning2006 Wikipedia CD SelectionA Schools Global Citizen Resource from SOS ChildrenThe contents includes:549 Wikipedia articles on places, including countries and capital cities599 Wikipedia articles on plants and animals (including crops, and dinosaurs!)457 Wikipedia articles on science including the Weather and Space405 Wikipedia articles on general knowledge: including many "featured" articlesAn alphabetical index of all articles on the CDA complete copy of the SOS... Topics: Wikipedia, encyclopedia, SOS Children, 2006
This paper was originally designed as a literature review for a doctoral dissertation focusing on Wikipedia. This exposition gives the structure of Wikipedia and the latest trends in Wikipedia research. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.5863v1
Dit is een verzameling lemma's waar ik af en toe, veel of weinig, aan bijdroeg en die informatie kan bevatten die zou kan zijn/worden verwijderd. Een aantal lemma's, met name over vaderschap, zijn ook daadwerkelijk verwijderd. Zelf ben ik ook verwijderd. Meer info via mijn weblog. Wikipedia censoring; nihil obstat? https://joepzander.wordpress.com/gender-gap-on-wikipedia/ Topics: wikipedia, Joep Zander, vaderschap, gender gap, censoring, Joep Zander
"We cover Wikipedia from soup to nuts: for readers trying to understand what's in Wikipedia, how and why it got there, and how to analyze the quality of the content you might find on the site; for current and future editors, from basic editing techniques and wikisyntax to not-so-basic information on complicated syntax, referencing and researching content, and editing collaboratively and harmoniously; and finally for anyone interested in how Wikipedia's vibrant and complicated community... Topics: Wikipedia, Mediawiki, Wikimedia, documentation, Wikipedia--Handbooks, manuals, etc., encyclopedias,...
The Internet-based encyclopaedia Wikipedia has grown to become one of the most visited web-sites on the Internet. However, critics have questioned the quality of entries, and an empirical study has shown Wikipedia to contain errors in a 2005 sample of science entries. Biased coverage and lack of sources are among the "Wikipedia risks". The present work describes a simple assessment of these aspects by examining the outbound links from Wikipedia articles to articles in scientific... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0705.2106v1
byRóbert Sumi; Taha Yasseri; András Rung; András Kornai; János Kertész
We present a new, efficient method for automatically detecting severe conflicts `edit wars' in Wikipedia and evaluate this method on six different language WPs. We discuss how the number of edits, reverts, the length of discussions, the burstiness of edits and reverts deviate in such pages from those following the general workflow, and argue that earlier work has significantly over-estimated the contentiousness of the Wikipedia editing process. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1107.3689v2
byAnne-Marie Vercoustre; James A. Thom; Jovan Pehcevski
The traditional entity extraction problem lies in the ability of extracting named entities from plain text using natural language processing techniques and intensive training from large document collections. Examples of named entities include organisations, people, locations, or dates. There are many research activities involving named entities; we are interested in entity ranking in the field of information retrieval. In this paper, we describe our approach to identifying and ranking entities... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0711.3128v1
Using 16,068 articles in Wikipedia's Medicine Wikiproject, we study the relationship between collaboration and quality. We assess whether certain collaborative patterns are associated with information quality in terms of self-evaluated quality and article viewership. We find that the number of contributors has a curvilinear relationship to information quality, more contributors improving quality but only up to a certain point. Other articles that its collaborators work on also influences the... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1204.3352v1
byEric Normand (derived from the Wikipedia Database Dumps)
Cleaned up redirect data from Wikipedia. Tab-delimited lines. Two columns (pageid from wikipedia datadump, title of page redirected to). Note: Some links are recursive. Some could be cyclical. Topics: wikipedia, redirects, semantic, data
byEric Normand (derived from the Wikipedia Database Dumps)
Titles of all Wikipedia pages (including redirects) from the Wikipedia database dump. UTF-8 Format. One entry per line. An entry consists of page id, a tab character, and the title of the page. Topics: wikipedia, semantic data, titles, synonym
Captured as part of a multi-year research project, this archive contains logs of a variety of wikipedia administration IRC channels. Most points of discussion are out-of-band metaissues not considered ideal to include on the discussion pages of wikipedia itself.
Wikipedia, the world largest encyclopedia contains a lot of knowledge that is expressed as formulae exclusively. Unfortunately, this knowledge is currently not fully accessible by intelligent information retrieval systems. This immense body of knowledge is hidden form value-added services, such as search. In this paper, we present our MathSearch implementation for Wikipedia that enables users to perform a combined text and fully unlock the potential benefits. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1304.5475v1
In this paper we describe the task of extracting product and brand pages from wikipedia. We present an experimental environment and setup built on top of a dataset of wikipedia pages we collected. We introduce a method for recognition of product pages modelled as a boolean probabilistic classification task. We show that this approach can lead to promising results and we discuss alternative approaches we considered. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1212.3013v1
byKrzysztof Suchecki; Alkim Almila Akdag Salah; Cheng Gao; Andrea Scharnhorst
Wikipedia, as a social phenomenon of collaborative knowledge creating, has been studied extensively from various points of views. The category system of Wikipedia, introduced in 2004, has attracted relatively little attention. In this study, we focus on the documentation of knowledge, and the transformation of this documentation with time. We take Wikipedia as a proxy for knowledge in general and its category system as an aspect of the structure of this knowledge. We investigate the evolution... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1203.0788v1
The program Synarcher for synonym (and related terms) search in the text corpus of special structure (Wikipedia) was developed. The results of the search are presented in the form of graph. It is possible to explore the graph and search for graph elements interactively. Adapted HITS algorithm for synonym search, program architecture, and program work evaluation with test examples are presented in the paper. The proposed algorithm can be applied to a query expansion by synonyms (in a search... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cs/0606097v2
byTaha Yasseri; Robert Sumi; András Rung; András Kornai; János Kertész
In this work we study the dynamical features of editorial wars in Wikipedia (WP). Based on our previously established algorithm, we build up samples of controversial and peaceful articles and analyze the temporal characteristics of the activity in these samples. On short time scales, we show that there is a clear correspondence between conflict and burstiness of activity patterns, and that memory effects play an important role in controversies. On long time scales, we identify three distinct... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1202.3643v2
Nature - a book compiled from Wikipedia articles This is a book automatically generated from Wikipedia articles. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book:Nature Topic: Nature - a book compiled from Wikipedia articles
byJames A. Thom; Jovan Pehcevski; Anne-Marie Vercoustre
Wikipedia is a useful source of knowledge that has many applications in language processing and knowledge representation. The Wikipedia category graph can be compared with the class hierarchy in an ontology; it has some characteristics in common as well as some differences. In this paper, we present our approach for answering entity ranking queries from the Wikipedia. In particular, we explore how to make use of Wikipedia categories to improve entity ranking effectiveness. Our experiments show... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0711.2917v1
byYoung-Ho Eom; Klaus M. Frahm; András Benczúr; Dima L. Shepelyansky
We study the time evolution of ranking and spectral properties of the Google matrix of English Wikipedia hyperlink network during years 2003 - 2011. The statistical properties of ranking of Wikipedia articles via PageRank and CheiRank probabilities, as well as the matrix spectrum, are shown to be stabilized for 2007 - 2011. A special emphasis is done on ranking of Wikipedia personalities and universities. We show that PageRank selection is dominated by politicians while 2DRank, which combines... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1304.6601v1
Information about the funding and special interest group editing on the Wikipedia online encyclopedia. An examination of how editing 'factions' cooperate to control information on Wikipedia. Energy and economics articles in particular are not trustworthy in regard to critical thinking and neutral information on Wikipedia. How is it that a mainstream behavioral economist like Lawrence Khoo controls many of the major edits on en.Wikipedia economic articles? Who funds his research? John Quiggin... Topics: Lawrence Khoo, John Quiggin, EnWikipedia, Technocracy, technate, energy accounting, Howard Scott,...
Wikipedia can be considered as an extreme form of a self-managing team, as a means of labour division. One could expect that this bottom-up approach, with the absense of top-down organisational control, would lead to a chaos, but our analysis shows that this is not the case. In the Dutch Wikipedia, an integrated and coherent data structure is created, while at the same time users succeed in distributing roles by self-selection. Some users focus on an area of expertise, while others edit over... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cs/0611068v2
The instances of templates in Wikipedia form an interesting data set of structured information. Here I focus on the cite journal template that is primarily used for citation to articles in scientific journals. These citations can be extracted and analyzed: Non-negative matrix factorization is performed on a (article x journal) matrix resulting in a soft clustering of Wikipedia articles and scientific journals, each cluster more or less representing a scientific topic. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0805.1154v2
Six cardinal (and, in the long-term, deadly) sins plague the Wikipedia. What unites and underlies all its deficiencies is simple: Wikipedia dissembles about what it is and how it operates. It is a self-righteous confabulation and its success in deceiving the many attests not only to the gullibility of the vast majority of Netizens but to the PR savvy of its sleek and slick operators. Topics: free books, free e-books, free ebooks, books, e-books, ebooks, anthologies, articles, essays, free...